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CoyoteDentist
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Stock trading charts... As a newb that is starting from the very beginning. Where would you suggest to look for charts? Anyone know how Tradingview.com compares to the ones you use?

I would eventually plan on day trading multiple times a week when I get set up and trained to do so. Would be starting out with an account of 25K+.

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I've used most, but not all. From metastock to esignal. I'm currently subscribed to tradingview. My preference currently is Tradestation Version 10. Tradingview has a plugin for tradestation so you can trade through tradingview, but that's not really my thing.

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Account size of $25k & Day trading multiple times a week - A futures trading program would be your best bet. TradingView is great but is not the priority of futures day traders. Sierra Charts and a few others rock.

As a newbie - Define what you want to trade; stocks, futures, options, etc... then invest in a reputable education and mentoring programe for that class of securities. Your chosen mentor will most likely have a preferred platform that would be ideal for you.

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Thank you. I plan on trading stocks. Futures is a concept that I have not studied in depth and am not sure if I want to go down another rabbit hole while I am already headed down another rabbit hole. I have joined a trader group, however he offers a class and it is a bigger investment that I will need to prepare for by getting all these basic things down first if I am going to spend the 2k for his courses.

Does anyone know if I can Short on Tradingview.com with paper money?

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Stock trading charts... As a newb that is starting from the very beginning. Where would you suggest to look for charts? Anyone know how Tradingview.com compares to the ones you use?

I would eventually plan on day trading multiple times a week when I get set up and trained to do so. Would be starting out with an account of 25K+.

Tradingview is good but you would probably want the pay version. There are plenty of charting platforms out there, tc2000 is another good one.

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Who is you broker and what charting to they provide?

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Does anyone know if I can Short on Tradingview.com with paper money?

Yes you can do Paper Trading in Tradingview. It's under the trading panel at the bottom.

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